Dimension change in profiled parts

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Dimension change in profiled parts

Postby Jason Gooch » Fri, Nov 30 2012, 1:43PM

Hi there - need a little help, not sure if this is a bug or something I'm doing wrong. I've got a cabinet I'm using as a leg on a parson-style desk (removed everything except top and deck). The ends are mitered - I've used a chamfer tool to cut the miters on the end of the top and deck. I'm trying to change the width on the thing - adding 20mm. When I do, the top gets supershort, the deck seems right. I'm attaching it here - any ideas?

Note: I have another one that seems to be working just fine. The good one is named desklegright, the bad one is legtest.

Thanks - Jason
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Re: Dimension change in profiled parts

Postby Scott G Vaal » Fri, Nov 30 2012, 2:13PM

Jason,

Not sure how but the top is kind of messed up. If you take it to the top to the constraint manager or part editor, you will see that the outline is odd looking. What you will need to do is remove all part editor cuts from the top, then regenerate the cabinet (construction settings, then select OK), then add the profile back on. After that all seems to work well. If you can reproduce how you got it to this state, please let us know.
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Re: Dimension change in profiled parts

Postby Jason Gooch » Fri, Nov 30 2012, 2:30PM

Yeah, I noticed that - no clue how it got that way. Thanks Scott.
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